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Title: Sustainable Communities Sustainable Partnerships


1
Sustainable Communities Sustainable
Partnerships
  • Minnesota Neighborhood Institute
  • Neighborhood Funders Group Annual Conference
  • Stewart Sarkozy-Banoczy
  • Office for International and Philanthropic
    Innovation
  • Minneapolis, MN
  • 29 September 2010

2
HUD as a Hub
  • President Obama has charged his administration
    with finding new solutions to old problems by
    working across public, private and civic sectors
  • IPI will help position HUD as a Hub for
    innovation by convening new partners and
    collaborating across agency, organizational,
    sector and international boundaries

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IPI Core Activities
  • IPI works with two primary sectors
    International Philanthropic
  • Within the International and Philanthropic
    sectors IPI provides support to HUD and PDR in
    four activity areas
  • Outreach Information Exchange
  • Client Management Assistance
  • Research Knowledge Management
  • Joint Research Project Co-Investment

6
Focus on (ROI X 2)
  • IPI must focus on
  • Return on Investment ability to maximize time,
    talent, resources that result in moving HUD goals
    forward.
  • Return on Innovation ability to maximize new or
    renewed ideas, practices and models that result
    in moving HUD goals forward.

7
Finding new solutions
  • Transformation Collaboratives high-capacity
    learning networks drawing from philanthropy,
    international organizations, and other partners.
  • Example What Works Collaborative
  • Foundations, universities, and research
    organizations convened to help inform HUDs
    strategic plan and policy agenda in the face of
    the recession.
  • Partners have proven able to rapidly align ideas,
    networks, and resources and apply them to urgent
    policy and practice challenges.

8
Disseminating new ideas
  • IPI will help feed innovation and transformation
    by disseminating state-of-the-art information
    about strategies to create sustainable, healthy
    communities for all.
  • Real time lessons learned will be shared with
    HUD staff and partners through face-to-face and
    distance-shrinking technology.

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(ROI X 2) Return on Investment Return on
Innovation
( ) Ideas and/or Dollars
IPI DESIGN

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( )
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HUD Office of Policy Development and Research
Foundations Private, Corporate,
Community (domestic/international)
Projects
Non- Governmental Institutions (domestic/internati
onal)
Output
(ROI X 2)
Impact
Governmental Institutions (domestic/international)
  • IPI

Change Scale
PARTNERSHIPS
HUD IPI Transformation Process
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2010-2011 International Philanthropic Focus
Areas
  • OIPI will generate lessons, learning, and
    partnerships that can be applied to HUD
    activities in support of strategic priorities
    like revitalization and sustainability.

11
Office of Sustainable Housing Communities
12
Overview
  • Basics of Sustainability
  • Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities
  • Partnership for Sustainable Communities
  • Energy and Climate Partnerships

13
Basics of Sustainability
  • While every community has a different
    interpretation of sustainability.
  • For HUD, sustainability means tying the quality
    and location of housing to broader opportunities,
    like access to good jobs, quality schools, and
    safe streets. It means helping communities that
    face common problems start sharing solutions. It
    means being a partner to sustainable development,
    not a barrier.
  • Secretary Shaun Donovan

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Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities
  • Goal
  • To help build stronger, more sustainable
    communities by connecting housing to
    transportation, fostering local innovation, and
    building a clean energy economy
  • Details
  • Office created in FY 2010
  • Overseen by Deputy Secretary Ron Sims
  • Managed by Director Shelley Poticha
  • One component of an integrated federal strategy

15
Partnership for Sustainable Communities
  • HUD, DOT, EPA have formed the Partnership for
    Sustainable Communities and are committed to
    aligning programs and resources in support of 6
    Livability Principles

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Partnership Principle Provide More
Transportation Choices
17
Partnership Principle Promote Equitable,
Affordable Housing
18
Chattanooga, TN
Partnership Principle Enhance Economic
Competitiveness
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Partnership Principle Support Existing
Communities
Greenville, NC
20
Portland, OR
Partnership Principle Coordinate Policies and
Leverage Investments
21
Adams, IA
Partnership Principle Value Communities and
Neighborhoods
Traverse City, MI
22
HUDs Role in Sustainable Communities Partnership
  • Sustainable Communities Initiative
  • Goal to stimulate more integrated regional
    planning to guide state, metropolitan, and local
    investments in land use, transportation and
    housing, as well as to challenge localities to
    undertake zoning and land use reforms
  • HUD Resources
  • 100 million for S.C. Regional Planning Grants
  • 40 million for S.C. Challenge Grants
  • August 23, 2010 application dates

23
Energy and Climate Partnerships
  • HUD - DOE Weatherization Partnership
  • Secretaries Donovan and Chou signed Memorandum of
    Understanding (MOU) to enable the cost effective
    energy retrofits of a total of 1,226,000 homes in
    FY 2010 and FY 2011

24
Energy and Climate Partnerships
  • HUD - DOE EPA Partnership
  • FY2010 initiative to provide consumers and
    lenders with an easily understood home energy
    rating

25
Contact Us
International and Philanthropic Innovation
  • Visit on the web! www.huduser.org/ipi
  • Email at ipiinfo_at_huduser.org

Sustainable Communities
  • Visit on the web! www.hud.gov/sustainability
  • Email at sustainablecommunities_at_hud.gov
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